ISLAMABAD - Atleast 25 more retired bureaucrats re-employed on contract have been lined up by the Central Selection Board for sending them home in compliance with the recent directives of the apex court. The list containing names of Salman Farooqi and Abdul Rashid Lone is in process of being forward to the Prime Minister for further action, sources told The Nation on Wednesday. According to sources, the list contains the names of 30 former bureaucrats who somehow managed to get extensions or contracts followed by their retirements. It was learnt that names of some blue-eyed guys including Salman Farooqi and Abdul Rashid Lone, the Managing Director of SNGPL were also re-included. However, it could not be confirmed officially. It is pertinent to mention here that Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani awarded extension to Managing Director SNGPL Abdul Rashid Lone for an indefinite period. Interestingly, Auditor General of Pakistan had recommended immediate termination of his sixth contract, as it had observed that Rs 30 million paid on account of salary and perks to the apparently favourite officer of every regime since 2003 was absolutely unjustified. Abdul Rashid Lone who had retired from service in March 2003 can arguably claim the privilege of being the only top gun to have gotten generous extensions after his retirement. The extensions were given by former Prime Ministers Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali and Shaukat Aziz and now present Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani followed suit. It is important to mention here that the Supreme Court declared the rehiring of retired bureaucrats on contract as unconstitutional and directed the government to relieve all such employees. Complying with the Apex Court order, Gilani showed door to nine contractual officers by cancelling their contracts. Those who were sent home included IG Sindh Salahuddin Babar Khatak, Deputy Director IB Amir Shahzad, DIG Maj (Retd) Khurram Gulzar, DIG Nadir Hussain Khoso, DDIB Asghar Mehmood, DIG Larkana Din Muhammad Baloch and DIG Gilgit Farman Ali. Those who were sacked include five from police group. However, the blue eyed bureaucrats managed to carry on enjoying the positions, it was learnt.